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Stay-at-home work 'lowest of the low'
Stay-at-home work 'lowest of the low'

Two Auckland psychologists say many Kiwi couples are "marching backwards into the 1950s" by unconsciously devaluing women's…

Crane operator awarded $10k compensation

A man who was dismissed from his job for allegedly using his cell phone while operating a crane has been awarded over $10,000…

NZ Post job losses 'a kick in the gut'

Workers at Christchurch's New Zealand Post contact centre are devastated to learn their jobs soon won't exist.

Editorial: Hard fight, but care workers deserve more

When it is considered how much rest home workers have to do for aged people in care, few would begrudge them a substantial…

Air NZ employment dispute continues
Air NZ employment dispute continues

A judge has reserved his decision in a long-running employment dispute between Air New Zealand and a former flight attendant…

Women see NZ-wide pay gap
Women see NZ-wide pay gap

Most women believe there is a gender pay gap problem in New Zealand - just not in their own workplaces.

SkyCity abandons zero-hours contracts
SkyCity abandons zero-hours contracts

Auckland's SkyCity casino has agreed to give its 800 part-time and on-call staff guaranteed hours of at least eight, 16…

Midwives file landmark pay claim
Midwives file landmark pay claim

Midwives and supporters have gathered at Wellington's High Court to mark the filing of the country's biggest equal pay challenge…

Employment

Is technology keeping us tethered to work?
Is technology keeping us tethered to work?

The growing proliferation of "smart gadgets" means the barrier between work and life is slowly eroding…

'We love people who say hi darling'

A pizzeria has come to the rescue of Luca Cicioni, the tourist who lasted one day in his forklift job after saying "hi darling"…

Rodney Hide: All is well - 'talented blonde' got a job

I awoke Monday to the happy news that Alex Hazlehurst had finally secured a job in London befitting her qualifications and…

Hire goes from 'hi darling' to 'bye job'

An Italian forklift driver has lost his job after greeting his female manager with the words "hi darling".

Editorial: OE driven by career misses point
Editorial: OE driven by career misses point

The practice of New Zealanders in their 20s throwing caution to the wind and heading off to London on…

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Management

Two key factors to good leadership Two key factors to good leadership

There is an astounding lack of leadership in corporate…

Jetstar starts airfare war Jetstar starts airfare war

Air New Zealand fires return shot after Jetstar offers…

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